[RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility
If I can beg your indulgence with another usage question.  I'm migrating Kodi to new hardware, and it seems that quite a lot of movie-related image files point to an export folder on an SDCard that's no longer part of this configuration:  For example:

Code:

~/Scripts$ ./texturecache.py jd movies shortbus
[                         
  {
    "art": {
      "fanart": "image:///media/sdcard/Library Exports/xbmc_videodb_2015-10-24/movies/Shortbus_2006-fanart.jpg/",
      "poster": "image:///media/sdcard/Library Exports/xbmc_videodb_2015-10-24/movies/Shortbus_2006-poster.jpg/"
    }
The odd thing is that when browsing the Movie library, the fanart and posters are shown. So the image files must be accessible somewhere.  However, in Info>Artwork, the fanart, poster, and thumbnail are blank.   If I refresh, I get a message such as: "Locally stored information found. Do you want to ignore and fetch from the internet?"

Can texturecache help with this, and if so how?   Right now I'm just sitting back to the task of refreshing each movie and re-choosing artwork when needed.

Thanks.
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